By Colin O'Connor
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44 m long, with longitudinal, post-stressed tendons passed through ducts formed in the segments. Typically these ducts were unlined, although it had been intended that metal sleeves, about 100 mm long, should have been placed across the transverse joints. These joints were 25 mm thick and packed with sand and high alumina cement. The ducts were grouted. Woodward and Williams (1988) made a thorough study of the collapse, and concluded that the primary cause was corrosion of the post-stressed tendons where they crossed the joints.
It is intended only to be introductory, and two simple cases will be considered: (a) a simply-supported inelastic beam under the action of a moving point load, and (b) the inelastic behaviour of a two-span continuous beam under the action of a similar load. In both cases the member will be taken to be of steel, with a rectangular section. For this case, the shape of M/f may be calculated. 9 (b) shows the stress distribution in a partly yielded section in bending, with y as the distance from the neutral axis to the boundary of the yielded zone.
It is possible that the collapse was triggered by some change in the direction of the wind, whose angle-of-attack on the bridge was influenced by adjacent cliffs. An important element in the collapse was the change to a torsional mode, and one of the strategies used in later designs has been to increase the torsional stiffness. However, Farquharson’s account of the collapse includes some points that have not commonly been observed: notably, the failure of the lower lateral system and of the central suspenders.